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Clinician Interest: Anxiety, Depression, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Substance use, Borderline Personality Disorder, Bipolar Disorders, Childhood Behavioral Issues, Couples Issues, Eating Disorders, Gender Identity, Grief, Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, PTSD/Trauma, Women’s Issues, Men’s Issues, School Avoidance, Psychosis/Schizophrenia, and Later Life Transitions. Are any of these experiences limiting your ability to thrive in your life?Obsessive Compulsive Disorders,
PTSD/Trauma, Women’s Issues, Men’s Issues, School Avoidance, Psychosis/Schizophrenia, and
Later Life Transitions.
Mind. Body. Soul. Motivational Therapy, Supportive Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), Grief Work, Anger Management, Health Education, Mindfulness, Parent Skills Training, Personal Skills, Play Therapy, Psychoeducation, Solution Focused Therapy, Supportive Therapy, Strength Based Therapy, Person Centered Therapy, and Trauma-Based Therapy.
Hey there, welcome to ReBalance Therapy Mind. Body. Soul. My name is Nina Monet Dismukes and I am a clinical mental health therapist. I am very passionate about what I do for work, so much so that I took the leap of faith and started my own practice in order to help you all. Somewhere along the way, this idea of balance has become mistakenly synonymous with us being able to do it all, have it all, and handle it all with a smile on our face. Balance is really about marrying the needed To Dos with the Must Dos. It requires people to choose their battles. Ultimately you have to create what your version of balance looks like for you. Personally, I believe that balance not only is a mindset, but it also is a lifestyle that you must choose for yourself. As your therapist, my approach to therapy focuses on purposeful balance in 3 important areas: that is, the mind, the body, and the soul. All 3 are inter-connected. Too many of us fail to make sense of these connections in our day to day lives. I think that once you take care of your mind and body, they will flourish and feed your soul, which leads to balance. Feed your mind with positivity and affirmations. Your body is your temple, so take care of it by introducing nutritious foods. Listen to your body when it tells you that it’s time to rest. As for your soul, whatever your religious or spiritual views or views about a life force greater than yourself, lean into those views and nurture them. Fuel up on those things that feed your soul. Whether bible study, or church, or basking in the sun or nature, feed those things that uplift you and bring you happiness deep down inside. For clients who struggle with connecting their mind, body, and soul to mental health I can help you embark on your journey to change and self-actualization!